19. What is the difference between being HIV positive and having full blown AIDS?20. How is HIV spread? In which fluids is it most heavily concentrated?
21. What types of sexual behaviors are most likely to spread HIV?22. Who is most at risk for HIV?23. How does HIV unfold once a person has been infected?24. What are the major classes of anti-retroviral drugs and how do they work?25. How is HIV treated? What is the prognosis like now versus 30 years ago?26. What are the ways in which you can reduce your risk of contracting an STI?Sexual Orientation1.Definition of sexual orientation – how it differs from gender identity.Sexual orientation is an enduring pattern of romantic and/ or sexual attraction; gender identity is the gender one identifies as (sexual behavior and sexual orientation label may not always match) 2.Cross cultural data on responses to same sex behaviorSame sex behavior (SSB) is virtually universal in human societies; “homosexual role” really occurs in monosexual cultures; many variant
patters of SSB (age, roles, gender); numerous lifestyles of SSB (level of visibility, stability, fidelity, parenting)3.Demographics of LGBT community, prevalenceUrban areas: 8% male, 9%Suburban towns: 3-4%Rural areas: 1%4.